What is COST-BOOK?

A book In which a number of adventurers who have obtained permission to work a lode, and have agreed to share the enterprise in certain proportions, enter the agreement, and from time to time the receipts and expenditures of the mine, the names of the shareholders, their respective accounts with the mine, and transfers of shares. These associations are called “Cost- Book Mining Companies,” and are governed by the general law of partnership. Lindl. Partn. *147

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